Hamutal is a cultural critic, consultant, and storyteller for social change. She holds a BA in English Literature and Inter-disciplinary Studies, and an MA (Cum Laude) in Cultural Studies from the Hebrew University. As ED of the Dafna Fund, Hamutal is responsible for working with the board to develop grant making strategies and priorities, initiate proactive programs designed to strengthen the feminist and women’s organizations arena in Israel, monitor the fund’s grants’ portfolio and develop strategic partnerships. In this capacity, she received the NCJW Jewel Bellush Award for Outstanding Feminist Leadership in Israel. A seasoned facilitator and trainer, Hamutal holds a Diploma in Group Facilitation from the Megid Institute at Hebrew University, and in Team Facilitation and Management from the Martin Buber Institute at Hebrew University. A passionate storyteller, she develops training modules and materials on storytelling for social transformation and writes a blog, consult4good, in Hebrew and English. Hamutal is an active member of Women Wage Peace, a grassroots movement calling for a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. She is Board Chair of Mashu-Mashu Theater for Social Change; a board member of the Jerusalem Pre-Military Leadership Program (Mechina) and a member of the Israeli Board of Overseers of the Hebrew Union College in Jerusalem.
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